Happy New Year! Please find the Bradley-Morris Officer Quarterly Placement Sampling (QPS) for the 4th Quarter 2016 below, a sample listing of representative actual placements that BMI has facilitated in the previous quarter. This document is only a sampling and not an all-inclusive list of every BMI placement from the last three months.

  • The QPS reflects a combination of Engineering Management, Leadership, Operations and Sales placements. The chart below provides details regarding the background of the officer candidate and some specifics of the position. The salary listed is the base salary only. Many positions also include sign on, quarterly or annual bonuses.
  • Contact your candidate recruiter if you have questions about a particular placement.

*Although select individuals may have obtained a post graduate degree, that level of detail is not represented on this document.

 

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT, LEADERSHIP, OPERATIONS and SALES – Sample List of Placements

BACKGROUND

UNDERGRAD DEGREE POSITION LOCATION SALARY
Army Artillery Officer USMA B.S. General Engineering Capital Projects – Manufacturing Engineer Dallas, TX

$94,000

Navy Nuclear Officer

Norwich University B.S. Math Operations Manager Cherry Hill, NJ $120,000
Air Force Civil Engineering Officer USAFA B.S. Environmental Engineering Service Manager Honolulu, HI

$110,000

Marine Military Police Officer

University of Connecticut B.A. Service Manager New York City, NY $90,000
Army Infantry Officer University of Michigan B.S. Materials Engineering Project Manager Charlotte, NC

$80,000

 

BMI created this position list to provide details on top career options for transitioning service members. To see 15 more placements from the previous quarter, log in to your BMI account and search for the January Quarterly Placement Sampling under ‘Articles’. For more career titles, see our Military to Civilian Occupation Index.

BENEFITS SUMMARY:

Most companies in Corporate America offer comprehensive benefits packages. A few of the most common benefits included are medical/dental/vision coverage; some form of short/long term disability; profit sharing when available; car allowance or reimbursement when travel is required; paid vacation; quarterly or annual bonuses if applicable; and 401K, often with employer matching (some companies will offer to match a certain percentage – 50% up to the first 7% you invest, for example).

These are some of the basic and most common benefits. Associated benefits have a lot to do with the company and where you go to work. An additional benefit that tends to be offered, at least among larger corporations, is tuition reimbursement. One company might pay your tuition outright; another will reimburse you depending on your grades, perhaps even 100%.


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